Event Date/Time: Dec 11, 2010 End Date/Time: Dec 12, 2010
Registration Date: Dec 05, 2010
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Clairvoyance serves as a platform for bringing together the stakeholders in the Healthcare sector and addresses apposite issues of the sector.

Healthcare planners, policymakers, professionals, academicians, students and other stakeholders participate in this event. Such a confluence of informed minds is rare.

This year, the scope has been widened to include all of South Asia for adiscussion spanning the last decade and the one ahead of us


C/o Secretariat, School of Health Systems Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, VN Purav Marg,Deonar, Mumbai 400 088

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About this year's theme - Ten eventful years have passed in the new Millennium. Just like other sectors, Healthcare has undergone enormous changes in this period. These transitions shall have long-term implications on the healthcare domain. We, at the School of Health System Studies at TISS, feel that concurrent developments in this region during the past decade should be explored further. South Asia is a unique territory. The region is divided politically but the demographic and epidemiological profiles of countries within are similar. Improving the state of health in the region requires a creative and far-reaching approach to how the health and well-being of the region's people can be improved. Hence, we propose Clairvoyance 2010 as a platform for hosting – A Dialogue on the Decade of Health in South Asia Sub Themes - Corporatization: From hospital to Hospitals group Inc Quality in Hospitals: Accreditation and beyond Competition Management in South Asian countries MNH’s: Multinational Hospital Groups MDG’s, ten years on: Lessons learnt and road-map for the future Indigenous Healthcare Delivery Models - NRHM Innovative Healthcare financing models in South Asia Health system & Policy Research in South Asia: Feasibility & Sustainability Disease burden across South Asian countries: HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Health Inequity in South Asia: Role of Gender